SCOTUS Overturns Chervron: Maybe the Most Important Legal Case This Decade

Not sure if this has already been posted here, and if so, I apologize. All my legal sources are saying this is a hugely important case that has the very real potential to restore many of the freedoms that have been taken over the past four decades by the ever-growing behemoth that is the bureaucracy state.

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Only if the rules are enforced. :thinking:

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This should be a start to the GUTTING of the deep state bureaucracies throttling OUR FREEDOMS. There is no way in he!! that the federal government should be or ever was meant to be the largest employer in this nation!

BUT here we are!

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Linking to this topic, which also concerns itself with the Chevron ruling.

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I watched the testimony. The bottom line is the deep state is in total control. The hell with politics and the hell with the people. They are for some reason really afraid of our veterans. That’s why they want to recruit immigrants to fast track citizenship. They have no loyalty or allegiance to America. The VA is scared to death of our Veterans. They are Americans and know what allegiance to America is all about. Illegals have no allegiance to anyone, they are mercenaries looking for a paycheck. Veterans will never do what illegals will do, that’s why this push to put veterans down and raise up illegal immigrants. They hate America and want it eliminated from the world stage.

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So let’s get rid of the EPA, DEA and ATF as a start.

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Only problem is that the executive branch bureaucracy doesn’t want to give up their power, executive branch enforcement arm won’t enforce, and tyrannical regime rules the executive branch enforcement arm.

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AND the Dept. Of Education! (Indoctrination branch)

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Yes … The DOE for sure has to go.

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The Department of Energy (DOE) has way outlived it’s purpose. Shed it to reduce debt.

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Lets add the Education Department and HHS to the list.

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Might as well, It’s not as if either one is doing anything useful. The top floors of the FBI, CIA and DOJ could use some trimming as well and for the same reason.

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My understanding is that this decision does not strip agencies of their ability to enforce the law and actual regulations. It strips them of their authority to make up rules and regulations on their own without congressional approval. But if they come up with new rules and regulations, and get Congress to approve them, those will stand. I don’t believe this decision is grounds for abolishing or even trimming any agency. That’s something that only Congress has the power to do.

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Didn’t Pres Trump say if he was reelected he would “cancel” the DOE? That alone gets him my vote.

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